Executive Quarters, 2300 Computer Ave.,
Gregory A Hubbard – Attorney Mediator
Michael E. Hughes, Esquire – Attorney Mediator
Located in the beautifully landscaped Executive Mews and Quarters Office Park, our Willow Grove office features a tranquil setting, with seasonal flowers and shrubs. There’s even a pond and gazebo on the grounds. Our contemporary, well-appointed rooms offer our clients both comfort and privacy.
The Willow Grove Mall is less than two miles away.
Parking spaces are just steps from our door. The building is ADA compliant and handicapped accessible.
There are a dozen places to eat within walking distance and even more just a few miles away. You can find everything from a coffee shop to full service restaurants to fit any budget.
This office easily accessed from the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Rt. 276).
The Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation offers a no-obligation, hour-long complimentary consultation with an attorney-mediator who will review all your important legal and practical concerns and explore the alternatives between litigation and mediation.
To schedule your complimentary consultation, please call (800) 310-9085 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and Saturday appointments are also available at this location.
Greg Hubbard has served people over the past 25 years in various roles as a practicing attorney, as a non-profit executive, and as clergy member. He joins the Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation drawing on his diverse past experiences in public service. Most importantly, Greg decided to become an attorney-mediator based on what he learned through the resolution of his own divorce. He graduated from University of Nevada-Las Vegas’ William S. Boyd School of Law in 2007. He also holds a BA and MA from Cincinnati Christian University. He is primary in Doylestown, Newtown, Willow Grove and Philadelphia.
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Mr. Michael Hughes graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1994. He received his Bachelors of Science from St. Joseph’s University in 1988. After graduating from law school, Mr. Hughes worked as a law clerk for almost two years for two Montgomery County Common Pleas Judges. He gained significant experience in civil matters which included divorce, equitable distribution, custody, alimony and child support.
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